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Digital Video Expo Partners with Weynand Training International to Offer Certification Training on Final Cut Pro X 

NewBay Media, a leading publisher of digital content creation media, announced that it will again partner with Weynand Training International, a Gold Level Apple Authorized Training Center located in Los Angeles, to offer hands-on professional-level training at the upcoming Digital Video Expo conference and trade show....

Editor Diego Panich Takes His Cues From Lenny Kravitz’s Cool Style for His Second Spot for the Clothier, Basement 

The concept was simple: Create a commercial that makes the viewers feel like they have an all-access pass backstage at a Lenny Kravitz concert and are sharing the experience with his inner circle of friends in a world where music and fashion come together - and Basement’s hip urban line of men’s clothes personify the rocker’s signature style....

Hollywood-DI Grades 'Guido' and 'And They’re Off' with DaVinci Resolve 8 

Blackmagic Design announced that West Hollywood-based Hollywood-DI completed color correction using DaVinci Resolve Software Version 8 for the upcoming feature films Guido and And They’re Off....

In Review: Apple Final Cut Pro X 

Oliver Peters

Apple Final Cut Pro had been rocking along for twelve years, gaining professional market share and becoming a versatile platform for many editors, facilities and developers. But in recent years it became clear that a complete, from-the-ground-up rewrite was needed to modernize the code and feature set. In typical Apple fashion, this also offered the opportunity to re-imagine the inherent concepts of nonlinear editing....

Final Cut Pro X: A First Look and First Impressions 

Ned Soltz

Remember Apple's grammatically incorrect slogan a few years ago, Think Different? Well, Final Cut Pro X definitely requires us to think differently....

jumP LA Cuts The Boxer Rebellion's 'The Runner' for Darkfibre 

Take two gorgeous young models, plenty of sexy costumes and a London loft, and you have the perfect visual complement to the haunting new song "The Runner" by indie rockers The Boxer Rebellion. Directed by the UK collective known as DarkFibre, the new music video was edited by jumP LA's Nick Lofting, who gives the clip a magical, dream-like quality....

NVIDIA Revs Up SPY’s VFX Engines for 'Priest' 

In the post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller Priest, a warrior man of the cloth ventures out from hiding when his niece is kidnapped by a pack of murderous vampires. One of the lead VFX vendors, SPY, a FotoKem Company based in San Francisco, leveraged NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics solutions to help create 125 visual effects shots, including a major sequence involving a high-impact train collision. ...

In Review: Digital Film Tools PhotoCopy 

Oliver Peters

Like guitarists searching for the perfect tone, editors are constantly looking for tools, tips and tricks to give their images a signature look. The newest tool in this elusive quest is PhotoCopy from veteran plug-in developer Digital Film Tools. DFT developed the original 55mm and Digital Film Lab filters, which became part of the Tiffen Dfx Digital Filter Suite....

In Review: AJA Ki Pro Mini 

Ned Soltz

AJA is now shipping the Ki Pro Mini, a major step forward in the company’s line of direct-from-camera acquisition products. First came the I/O HD, a product I reviewed at its introduction some four years ago. At that point, its ability to transcode any input into ProRes was revolutionary but I remarked what was needed was some way to make it portable and record on the fly. Well, two years later came the KiPro, a product which remains a hot item. But the Ki Pro, for all that it does in acquisition, cross and transcoding, and up/down rez, is a relatively expensive ($3,995) and certainly large device, not lending itself to easy portability....

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